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Uhh...the K241 block is physically larger...I don't see how a K241 crank could fit in a K161 or K181 block. Stroke is different too...
 
You can take that up with Kohler
Uhh...the K241 block is physically larger...I don't see how a K241 crank could fit in a K161 or K181 block. Stroke is different too...
You take up that argument with Kohler and IH.
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All of those are 10 hp tractors except the 70, which is only in that list because it is combined with the 100 in the parts lookup. Note that the 70 and 100 engines are listed separately. K161 and K241 have a different stroke and block...not interchangeable.
 
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